With Christmas already around the corner, our Hollywood divas are busy revamping their looks and getting thumbs up for it as well. Sporting knee-length leather, trendy boots; they are all making a style statement and giving us a reason to move over the ankle-length boots this winter. So its a win-win situation, while these divas keep themselves warm and comfy, they also nail a glamour look which makes them worthy of our fashion piece. So without beating around the bush any longer, let’s take a look at divas, who rocked the knee-length boots with style and panache.
Let’s begin with singing icon Taylor Swift. After she set the red carpet of an event night on fire, with a classy look; she opted for a colour coordinating look for her stage performance. Sporting a white romper, she wore knee-length white boots, making her look gorgeous and eye-pleasing as she performed on the stage. These textured boots complimented the diva in all the possible way. And not to forget those hot red lips! Check out the picture below ALSO READ: HOLLYWOOD'S HOT METER: Priyanka Chopra, Charlize Theron Or Zoe Saldana - Wearing Red Confidence On Lips
Joining the league is 50-year old Gwen Stefani, American singer and songwriter. Going all black and glossy for the finale of the singing reality TV show, The Voice, Gwen opted for Christian Louboutin’s knee-length boots with pointy heels. Ditching the regular laces for buttons, these pair of boots made quite a style statement. ALSO READ: HOLLYWOOD'S HOT METER: Nick Jonas, John Legend, Dwayne Johnson Or Gerard Butler - Sexy In Suits
Lastly, Kylie Jenner looking all sexy and suave in the head-to-toe brown avatar, she colour coordinated her outfit with knee-length leather with pointy heels. So cool, we would say.
Who is your favourite, peeps?
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